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president. [laughter] but michelle was interesting. he was seen as the haitian wyclef and not merely a serious candidate but became a very good candidate that people liked there were many people who would cry conspiracy no matter what but they could not figure out how a man like sweet mickey became president but you can read about it. he did have a large contingent of support. people really did seem to like kim and have high hopes. the safest answer it is a little too soon to say the results of his presidency. things have not changed that much. my friends in the press feel more restricted than they did previously. nothing to do with the dictatorships of the past but it is a concern. but he is very charismatic and likable and willing to play ball with united states. i am critical of many but i guess we will see but it is a dodge. under the ground is gold and minerals. with the dominican republic the borders have been a mystery users of gold so it would not surprise me at all. many people believe everything that is going on in haiti is the grand game to secure middle rights for america
his home, which is in chicago. michelle not even in my -- is not even in my book yet in some senses. she is the magnet of the book because you see him eventually have to find that woman that's michelle. and he also figures himself out, his self-identity and what he wants out of life which is power, political power for -- and he needs to go to harvard to get the bona fides to come back to really get into that life. >> host: in the interview that you conducted with the president on november 10, 2011, you quote the president as saying there is no doubt that what i retained in my politics is a sense that the only way i could have a sturdy sense of identity of who i was depending on digging beneath the surface differences of people. >> guest: many some ways that is -- in some ways that is another variation of what he said in the speech that made him famous, the 2004 keynote address at the democratic national cop vex in boston -- convention in boston where he said there are no red states or blue states, but the united states. and he sort of presented himself as the personification of that
to the hard rock of brotherhood. dr. carson where are we? we have a black man in the white house but michelle alexander who endorsed her book, she is the author of that wonderful book the new jim crow. the statistic she writes about where black people are right now in the 21st century. we are underemplunderempl oyed. we are unemployed and more afflicted with aids and other diseases and diabetes and more of diabetes and morbus are incarcerated. lee gets tougher sentences for the same crimes as five people get we have a black president and i'm thinking for silence in the black community for me is definitely coming from our generation. we approach everything and we want we want moriches said after we got the voting rights. civil rights, we wanted more and 65. think the black community -- >> guest: you can see the difference between the kind of support that king got when he was fighting for civil rights reform. up until 1965 the level of support came when you look at the polls overwhelming support in the black community and wide spread support among whites for what he was trying to do. if you loo
where are we? we have a black man in the white house and michele alexander endorsed your book the new jim crow. the statistics she writes about where black people are right now when the 21st century we are underemployed, unemployed, more afflicted with aids than other diseases of obesity and diabetes. more of us are incarcerated and get tough sentences for the same crimes. the suns in the black community for me is deafening coming from our generation. we would protest everything. as you said after we got the voting rights and civil rights, we wanted more and 65. why do you think -- >> guest: you can see the difference behind the kind of support king got when he was fighting for civil rights reforms after 1965 the level of support for king if you look at the polls, overwhelming support in the black community, widespread support even among the whites for what he was trying to do. if you look at after 65 when he moved to chicago and when he takes a stand on viet nam and higgins to support garbage workers and poor people in the poor people's campaign which is the first occupied movement h
of brotherhood we have a black man in the white house but michele alexander is the author of the new jim crow she talks about statistics in the 21st century under employed and unemployed clear more afflicted with aids and obesity with tougher sentences for the same crimes but we have a black president and i think the silence in the black community is deafening we would protest everything after we got voting rights and we wanted more. leidy think they are silent? >> you can see the difference of the support that king got when he was fighting for civil rights reform through 65 the level of support with the widespread support for what he was trying to do. after 1965 moving to chicago with garbage workers and for people he wanted to occupy the national mall. even during the occupy campaign in recent years no one point* something so for word with his support it went down dramatically. >> host: why? they thought it would make white people angry? >> guest: there was support for the early king for the black people doing well so for them once you remove the jim crow barriers come to the agenda is gone. at
michelle roberts from joint task force and apical -- are task force had the responsibility for planning and courtney being the military ceremony is support for the now girl activities. once the luncheon is complete, the president come to the first lady the vice president of the second leg will be escorted out to these front of the capital where they will be greeted by mage or general michael lamington the commander of the task force and he will escort them down the steps to take what is called the path in review in the and the path in review essentially is the presidential escort unit which is comprised of approximately 387 servicemembers followed by each of the service armed guards and the u.s. army band as well as the marine corps band. and they will go past the presidents location on the east front of the capital and once they complete the path in review, then the presidential escort follows the more decayed and then they start the parade route. around the parade route we have approximately 2300 military personnel participating in the parade. there are approximately 10,000 total pers
'am? >> thank you. as they said, i'm colonel michelle roberts from joint task force national capitol region, and our task force has responsibility for planning and coordinating all of the military ceremonial support for the inaugural activities. um, once the luncheon is complete the president, the first lady, the vice president is and the second lady will be escorted out to the east front of the capitol where they will be greeted by major general michael linnington, the commander of the task force, and he will escort them down the steps to take what is called the pass and review. and pass and review, essentially, is the presidential escort unit which is comprised of approximately 380 service members followed by each of the service honor guards in, um, the u.s. army band as well as the marine corps band. and they will go past the president's location on the steps on the east front of the capitol. and once they complete the pass and review, then the presidential escort, they fall into the, um, the motorcade, and then they start the parade route. now, along the parade route we have approximate
you. i'm colonel michele roberts for joint task is national capital region and our task force has responsibility for planning accord meetings military ceremonial support for not relativity. once the luncheon is complete, the president, first lady, vice president and second baby will be escorted to the east front of the capitol where they will be greeted by michael livingston, commander of the task force and he will escort them down the steps to take what is called the packs and review, essentially the presidential escort unit, comprised of approximately 380 servicemembers followed by each of the service honor guard and the u.s. army and bacillus the marine corps band and they will go past the president's location on the steps on the east front of the capitol and once they complete the pass in review, then the presidential escort followed to the motorcade and then they start the parade route. along the parade route with approximately 2300 military personnel participating in the parade. approximately 10,000 total personnel in the parade in the way the parade is organized by five div
to the cardinal congress. michele bachmann buys her own clothes. [laughter] five. contemporary tea party members threatened to -- that was in the government over a precipice and less democrats compromise on issues such as spending, universal health care and the end of tax breaks for certain wealthy persons. in 1792, old radical sam adams was asked if he supported with key rebellion farmers who, in that year, had begun shooting at federal agents rather than pay taxes they considered unfair. adams harrumphs. revolt against the king and parliament, excluding subjects from the government is just unnecessary, he said. but in his opinion, any citizen of a democratic government who took up arms against that government ought, in his opinion, to be hanged. corporate name change, anyone? thank you very much. [applause] >> we will take questions. i think it would like you to walk to the microphones, if you don't mind. >> is this working? this question is for professor nasser. in your research about joseph kennedy, there was some controversy during the election of 1960 or 59, that joseph can be manipulated
place after the lunch that matt discussed. ma'am? >> thank you. as they said, i'm colonel michelle roberts from the national capital region, and our task force has the responsibility for planning and coordinating all of the military ceremonial support for the inaugural activities. um, once the luncheon is complete, the president, the first lady, the vice president and the second lady will be escorted out to the east front of the capitol where they will be greeted by major general michael linnington, the commander of the task force, and he will escort them down the steps to take what is called the pass and review. and the pass and review, essentially, is the presidential escort unit which is comprised of approximately 380 service members followed by each of the service honor guards and, um, the u.s. army band as well as the marine corps band. and they will go past the president's location on the steps on the east front of the capitol. and once they complete the pass and review, then the presidential escort, they fall into the, um, the motorcade, and then they start the parade route.
that woman, michelle. and also figures himself out, his self identity and what he wants out of life, which is political power and he needs to go to harvard and come back to really get into that life. >> host: in the interview conducted with the president of every 10, 2011, you put the president as saying there is no doubt that when i retained my politics is a sense that the only way i could have a sturdy sense of identity of who i last depended on digging beneath the surface differences of people. the only way my life makes sense is that regardless of culture, race religion try some commonality. these essential human truth compassion and hope some moral precepts are universal. just go and somebody is another variation he said in the speech that made famous in the 2004 keynote address at the democratic national convention in boston, where he said there's a red states blue states, but the united states. he presented himself as the personification of that notion. his presidency has been a rude awakening in terms of how far you can take that. so he has been dealing with that. the promise and f
press club speaker committee member who organized today's event. and michelle who is a national spokesperson of hispanic journalists. until yesterday. [applause] before becoming the mayor of los angeles, the 41st mayor, during his youth he became a farmworker volunteer and activist leading student walkout. this led him on the path taking him state assembly. also city hall and the inner circle of the democratic national committee, where he chaired the 2012 convention in charlotte. regarding the topic of immigration, mayor antonio villaraigosa has said that the time is now to pass comprehensive immigration reform. he has slammed congress for doing nothing on the issue. yet on sunday on face the nation he said he was heartened that republican senator john mccain and others have been discussing solutions. given the country's current fiscal fights, is it realistic to expect immigration anytime soon so how does the mayor feel about local immigration initiatives? well, immigration is not the only topic on the mayor's agenda. he has been discussing gun control, the economy, and many oth
michelle obama, vice president biden and his wife, jill biden, will attend the national prayer service at washington national cathedral at 9:45 a.m. eastern. at 1:30 p.m. eastern the house ways and means committee holds a hearing on debt and deficit reduction. examining the history of the debt limit, how past congresses have dealt with the him and whether the constitution provides options to the executive branch when the debt limit is reached. the house is expected to vote wednesday on increasing the nation's current debt limit of nearly $16.5 trillion. >> c-span, created by america's cable companies in 1979, brought to you as a public service by your television provider. [applause] >> next, a discussion about gun violence and gun control measures. chicago mayor rahm emanuel was joined by ohio representative stephen latourette at an event hosted by the university of chicago's institute of politics. former nbc nightly news anchor tom brokaw moderated the discussion. it's about an hour and 15 minutes. >> thank you all very much for being here. i've been in this business for a long time,
to make up for those changes. >> michelle stein. you said as part of medicare reform you would like to see an emphasis on a proven delivery system and integrated care and i was wondering if you could give a few more specifics as what the delivery system you would be willing to support. >> we think the changes in the affordable care act and demonstrations are moving in the right direction. particularly when we pay more for high-quality care, more for quality than we do for volume. we think providing more help information technology so that we have more information and don't have to duplicate tests is a good direction. we would be providing consumers with more information so they can make wise choices. there is a whole slew of policy actions that most health economists in this town agreed would help squeeze off their excess funding that we have and we think that is the direction that we should be looking when we reform health care, not the direction of shifting costs or slashing reimbursement rates. >> any further questions? okay. in the corner. >> you talked about a separate track for entit
president obama and michelle obama will watch the parade. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] preparation continue for the 57th presidential inauguration and sunday just before noon and will be the official swearing-in at the white house monday the public inaugural ceremony under way at the swearing in of the capitol and also the inaugural luncheon at the capitol and the afternoon parade will take your comments throughout the weekend on facebook and twitter and live coverage starts at 7 a.m. eastern on c-span radio and cspan.org. back now to the conference on disasters and the environment for a panel examining issues impacting the gulf coast including potential vulnerabilities to hurricanes and other disasters to the wetlands and degradation of ecological barriers. this is posted by the national council for science and the environment. it's about an hour. >> our next plenary brings home many of these issues of cascading disasters and multiple events impacting each other on a more regional scale. this we look at the gulf coast. we are all familiar wit
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